Co-Production of Public Services
Compiled by Victor Pestoff:
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Bovaird, T. (2007). Beyond engagement & participation: User & community co-production of public services, Public Administration Review, 846-860.
Brandsen, T. (2004). Quasi-market governance: An anatomy of innovation. Utretch: Lemma Publications.
Brandsen, T. & Pestoff, V. (2008 & 2009). Co-production, the third sector and the delivery of public services: An introduction. In V. Pestoff & T. Brandsen (eds.), Co-production. The third sector and the delivery of public services. London & New York: Routledge.
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Hustinx, L. (2010). New forms of volunteering in Europe: Toward a late modern re-construction of a dwindling phenomenon. Istanbul: ISTR Conference paper.
Meijer, A. (2012). Co-production in an information age. In V. Pestoff, T. Brandsen & B. Verschuere (eds.), New public governance, the third sector & co-production. London & New York: Routledge.
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Pestoff, V. (1998 & 2005). Beyond the market and state: Civil democracy & social enterprises in a welfare society; Aldershot, Brookfield: Ashgate.
Pestoff, V. (2006, 2008 & 2009). Citizens as co-producers of welfare services: Preschool services in eight European countries, Public Management Review; vol. 8/4: 503-520 and reprinted in V. Pestoff, T. Brandsen & B. Verschuere (eds.), New public governance, the third sector & co-production. London & New York: Routledge.
Pestoff, V. (2008). A democratic architecture for the welfare state: Promoting citizen participation, the third sector and co-production. London & New York: Routledge.
Pestoff, V. (2009) Towards a paradigm of democratic participation: Citizen participation and co-production of personal social services in Sweden. Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics, v. 80/2. 197-224.
Pestoff, V. 2010; The role of volunteering and co-production in the provision of social services in Europe. Istanbul: ISTR Conference paper.
Pestoff, V. (2012). Co-production and third sector social services in Europe: Some crucial conceptual issues. In V. Pestoff, T. Brandsen & B. Verschuere (eds.), New public governance, the third sector & co-production. London & New York: Routledge.
Pestoff, V.,Brandsen, T. & Verschuere, B. (eds.) (2012). New public governance, the third sector & co-production; London & New York: Routledge.
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